'Islamist' terrot plot to assassinate UK PM Theresa May foiled

Violet Powell
December 7, 2017

The domestic security service has previously said that 13 terror attacks were prevented in the past four years, according to Sky News.

Addressing the Cabinet, Mr. Parker reportedly said Isis had been defeated in Syria and Iraq but was continuing to orchestrate attacks on the UK.

Downing Street is protected by armed police officers and separated from the public by fortified gates.

An alleged Islamist terrorist appeared in court this morning accused of plotting to assassinate the prime minister in a bomb and knife attack on Downing Street.

The report said Scotland Yard, MI5, and West Midlands Police had pursued the case in recent weeks.

Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman from north London was charged with preparing acts of terrorism and was remanded in custody during a hearing at the Westminster Magistrates' Court, the BBC reported.

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MI5 has prevented nine terror attacks in the United Kingdom within the past year, director Andrew Parker said Tuesday, according to The Guardian.

In March, Khalid Masood drove a auto at pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and stabbed a policeman guarding Parliament. Anderson said the Manchester bombing attack, which killed 22 people at a music concert in May, could have been stopped "had the cards fallen differently".

Eleven people died when terrorists used vehicles and knives to attack people at London Bridge in June.

"These investigations cover the full range of terrorist activity, from attack planning to activity that supports or facilitates terrorism - but a significant proportion involve potential attack-planning threats".

In 1991, the IRA launched a homemade mortar bomb attack on Number 10 and the device landed in the back garden.

"Cabinet ministers heard that while Daesh suffered major defeats in Iraq and Syria, this did not mean the threat is over".

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